The Barkeep

Author: William Lashner
ISBN: 9781612181950
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"Justin Chase is the perfect barkeep, tending bar as he lives his life, in a state of Zen serenity.

From The Depths Of Evil

Author: Art Wiederhold
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1466922540
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The barkeep reached the table. “How can I help you, sir?” he asked. The man
never bothered to look up. The cat, however, trained its bright yellow eyes on him
. “I seek someone,” the man said. His voice had an odd echo to it, as if was
coming from someplace other than him. He glanced down at the cat. Was the
stranger speaking through his cat or was the cat speaking through him? The
barkeep shook his head to clear it of the weird thought. “And just who is it you're
looking for?

The Wind Is Rising

Author: Lawrence Kelleher
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595293875
Size: 62.38 MB
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As they both approached the front door of the pub, Francis said to Con, “I don't
think it's wise fer'us both, to enter the pub through the front door, therefore I will go
around the back of the pub and holler for the barkeep. When he comes out, I will
kill him. Ye'then can walk into the pub and see about ordering two beers.” He
continued, “Now there of coarse, won't be any barkeep, as he will be dead, and
so I suggest that ye'ask one of the patrons, if he would mind, pulling two beers fer'

The Barkeep Of Bl Mont

Author: Marcel Aymé
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Marcel Aymé. The Barkeep of Blemont Books by Marcel Ayme The Barkeep of
Blemont The Transient.

Riders On The Wind

Author: Victor H Royer
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483539245
Size: 66.92 MB
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The barkeep grabbed the glass and was ready to pour in it the stuff from the
bottle he was holding, when Smith interrupted him. “Not that stuff,” he said. “The
same as Boston Bob has,” he added, sounding deliberate. The barkeep perked
up. “You know the Boss?” he asked. “We got business together,” said Smith,
slowly. “Well, Okay, then,” said the barkeep more lively, as he grabbed a different
bottle from behind the counter on the back shelf, and brought it forward. That one
actually ...

Kill Christian

Author: Pablo Gonzalez
ISBN: 1411646800
Size: 72.33 MB
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Then he turned out of the poorly locked stall (he only needed to push on the door
and not even to unlatch it) and needlessly washed his hands at the sink, avoiding
the frightened look that his eyes would show in the mirrorglass. t took several
minutes for the barkeep to approach him where he was sitting at the corner edge
of the counter. He ordered a bourbon with ice and drank it immediately as it was
brought, ordering a second on the exhalation of his swallow. This one he let sit in

The Blood Queen

Author: Martyn Stanley
Publisher: Martyn Stanley
ISBN: 0992986052
Size: 19.55 MB
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The barkeep was an ancient looking dwarf, with a grey beard so long it was
tucked into an old and raggy, but clean apron, tied about his waist. He leaned on
the bar as Brael and Votrex approached. 'What can I get you both?' Votrex leaned
on the bar. 'Two mugs of your finest ale barkeep.' 'Aye. Six coppers.' Votrex
delved into his satchel for his purse and withdrew a silver piece then handed it
over. While the barkeep sorted out his change, Votrex spoke. 'Barkeep, where
might we buy ...

Teller S Tale

Publisher: Angelo Verdelli
Size: 76.54 MB
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The barkeep looked at Talus, sizing up the stranger and his ability to pay. After
passing his inspection, the barkeep told him a room was available for a condyle.
Talus gave him a gold piece for the wine and the room. The man looked at the
coin and then up at Talus to re-evaluate his original assessment. The barkeep
was in his fifties, balding, and overweight. He looked like he had been doing this
his whole life, which he had. He had never been wrong until now. There was
something ...

Coors And Jack

Author: Glen S. Steelman
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452076545
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The barkeep looked at them for a brief moment. 'You boys new in town?" Coors
nodded. The barkeep set their drinks on the bar without looking at them, then
went back to the other end of the bar. Jack and Coors stood at the bar drinking
slowly, making small talk on what their next move should be. Coors glanced at
the barkeep at the far end of the bar. He had his legs propped up on a chair and
his head in his hands, half a sleep. "Jack, this place is about as dead as it can get
with just ...